Telegraph: "Spirit Of Adventure: Behind The Rise Of The Somali Pirates"

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"It has even been reported that one of the pirates who held a British couple, Paul and Rachel Chandler, for 388 days has a family in England and intends joining them here as an asylum-seeker."

That bit made me chuckle.

Seems the way to go according to the article however is to travel only onboard Russian vessels. Makes you wonder if there is ever going to be any significant way of making progress against Piracy
 
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"It has even been reported that one of the pirates who held a British couple, Paul and Rachel Chandler, for 388 days has a family in England and intends joining them here as an asylum-seeker."

That bit made me chuckle.

Seems the way to go according to the article however is to travel only onboard Russian vessels. Makes you wonder if there is ever going to be any significant way of making progress against Piracy
The world is waiting for you to join the RN, scouse............. you'll be the scurge of pirates from Somalia or anywhere else I'm sure. :rambo:
 
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The world is waiting for you to join the RN, scouse............. you'll be the scurge of pirates from Somalia or anywhere else I'm sure. :rambo:
I must confess that the thought of Scouse Castaway and his merry band suddenly materialising next to a boat full of pirate miscreants has made me smile this evening. Talk about an element of surprise!
 

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